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**Chapters You Should Study To ACE JEE Advanced:** The JEE Advanced exam will be conducted on **August 28, 2022**. JEE is one of the most demanding competitive exams organised by IITs in India. Also, it is almost every candidate’s dream to study in IITs. It is no wonder that it takes months of practice, unyielding dedication, and those sleepless nights. In addition to this, you will need a perfect, well-articulated study plan so you know exactly, the chapters you should study to ace JEE Advanced.

There is something, without which, it is impossible to prepare for JEE Advanced. Yes, you thought it right—we are referring to the JEE Advanced syllabus for all subjects, including Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, AAT, etc. Speaking of the syllabus, you must be well-versed with the chapters so you could ace JEE Advanced in the first attempt.

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Here is a list of chapters you must focus in order to score well in the JEE Advanced exams:

Physics | Chemistry | Maths |

Rotational Motion | Chemical Bonding | Definite Integration |

Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism | General Organic Chemistry | Probability |

Electrostatics | Aldehydes and Ketones | Circles |

These chapters are versatile as well as essential. They are important from the exam point of view and they cover most of the concepts required for JEE Advanced exams.

Concepts that will be covered under the subjects are as follows:

The concepts to start with, the ones to end with and the other important concepts from the above important chapters of Physics are given below:

**Concepts to start with:**

- Force on a Current Carrying Conductor
- Lorentz Force
- Force Between Parallel Current-Carrying Wires
- Earth’s Magnetism

**Other important concepts:**

- Magnetic Field.
- Ampere’s Circuital Law.
- Magnetic Field of Moving Charge.
- Motion of Charge Particle.
- Torque on Bar Magnet.
- Potential Energy of a Magnetic Dipole.
- Magnetic Field Strength.
- Magnetisation of Materials.
- Curie’s Law and Curie Temperature.
- Hysteresis.

**Concepts to end with:**

- Biot – Savart law
- Bar Magnets and Magnetic Dipoles
- Deflection Magnetometer
- Vibration Magnetometer

**Concepts to start with:**

- Moment of Inertia
- Torque
- Kinetic Energy of Rotation
- Work and Rotational Energy

**Concepts to end with:**

- Angular Momentum
- Radius of Gyration
- Rolling as Rotation

**Concepts to start with:**

- Gauss’s Law
- Continuous Charge Distribution

**Other important concepts:**

- Coulomb’s Law
- Electric Field
- Electric Potential and Electric Potential Difference
- Electric Potential Energy
- Electric Dipole
- Electric Flux
- Dipole in Uniform External Field
- Non-uniform Charge Distribution

**Concepts to end with:**

- Electric Charge
- Equipotential Surfaces

We have provided the concepts to start with, the ones to end with and the other important concepts from the above important chapters of Chemistry, below:

**Concepts to start with:**

- Nomenclature of Organic Compounds
- Structural Isomerism
- Stereo Isomerism
- Substitution Reactions
- Addition Reactions
- Elimination Reactions
- Addition-Elimination Reactions
- Rearrangement Reactions
- Hybridisation
- Inductive Effect
- Electromeric Effect
- Conjugation
- Mesomeric Effect
- Resonance

**Other important concepts:**

- Tetravalence of Carbon
- Structural Representation of Organic Compounds
- Classification of Organic Compounds

**Concepts to end with:**

- General Introduction

**Concepts to start with:**

- Methods of Preparation Aldehydes
- Methods of Preparation Ketones
- Physical Properties
- Oxidation and Reduction
- Grignard Reagents
- Reactions With Sodium Hydrogen Sulphite
- Addition of HCN
- Addition of Derivative of Ammonia
- Addition of Alcohols
- Cannizzaro Reaction
- Aldol Condensation

**Concepts to end with:**

- Distinction Between Aldehydes and Ketones
- Alpha-Beta Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds

**Concepts to start with:**

- Fajan’s Rule
- Overlapping of Orbitals
- Hybridisation
- Electron Pair Effect
- Molecular Orbital Theory
- Bond Order
- Diamagnetic and Paramagnetic Substances
- Hydrogen Bond
- van der Waals’ Forces
- Dipole-Dipole Interactions

**Other important concepts:**

- Ionic or Electrovalent Bond
- Lattice Energy
- Covalent Bond
- Coordinate (Covalent) Bond
- Electric Dipole

**Concepts to end with:**

- Lewis Diagram
- Octet Rule

The concepts to start with, the ones to end with, and the other important concepts from the above important chapters of Mathematics are given below:

**Concepts to start with:**

- Conditional Probability
- Baye’s Theorem
- Law of Total Probability
- Poisson Distribution

**Other important concepts:**

- Independent Events
- Random Variable and Its Distribution
- Binomial Distribution

**Concepts to end with:**

- Concept and Introduction

**Concepts to start with:**

- Properties Definite Integration
- Mean Value of a Function

**Other important concepts:**

- Definite Integration as a Limit of Sum

**Concepts to end with:**

- Gamma Function
- Beta Function
- Walli’s Formula

**Concepts to start with:**

- Equation of a Circle
- Intercepts Made on the Axes
- Position of a Point P(h,k)
- Tangent to the Circle
- Normal to the Circle

**Other important concepts:**

- Chord of contact
- Power of a Point

**Concepts to end with:**

- Diameter of a Circle
- Pole and Polar
- Director Circle
- Family of Circles

Other important chapters that candidates should study from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are as follows:

Physics | Chemistry | Maths |

Modern Physics | Salt Analysis | Sequence and Series |

Simple Harmonic Motion | Ionic Equilibrium | Trigonometric Equation |

Optics | Alkyl Halides and Aryl Halides | Calculus |

Thermodynamics | Electrochemistry | Conic Section |

Coordination compound | Complex Number | |

Thermodynamics & Thermochemistry | Properties of Triangles | |

Aromatic Hydrocarbons | Vector & 3-D | |

Isomerism | Quadratic Equation | |

Liquid Solutions | Permutations and Combinations |

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If you are at the beginning of your journey towards JEE advanced in the XII you must focus on completing these chapters and concepts before going further. The weightage for these chapters is very high and these chapters cover a majority of the concepts you need to focus on.

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